YONKERS, NY – January 11, 2012 — Bill Nuckel, a lifelong Yonkers resident and former City Councilman, this morning announced his candidacy for the 93rd Assembly District recently vacated by Mike Spano who acceded to the office of Mayor o the City of Yonkers on January 1, 2012.
“It’s about representation,” advided Mr Nuckel. “This district needs to be represented. The Spano Administration needs a friend in Albany. Mayor Spano needs to know that when he calls, a ‘friend’ will be on the other end of the phone. Together we will work to ensure that Yonkers receives all it is entitled to and more.”
Mr Nuckel said, “I am a full time resident of Yonkers. I am not a career politician. I do not need a job. I do not need a pension. I understand the workings of government and have a genuine desire to serve Yonkers. We need someone who knows and cares about Yonkers.”
Bill is a former manager for Verizon and a lifelong Democrat. He is an adjunct business professor for both Rockland Community College and Nyack College. In addition, Bill is a securities arbitrator for The Financial Regulatory Authority (FINRA), which is the largest independent securities regulator in te U.S. whose chief role is to protect investors by maintaining the fairness of the U.S. capital markets.